Trenton Travel Guide

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Trenton Things to Do

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    Tour the recently restored NJ...

    by luv2learn Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    Tour the recently restored NJ State House.
    This is the second-oldest capitol in continuous use in the US. The restoration of the dome has made it beautiful from both inside and out. Don't miss the combination gas/electric lights in the Assembly chamber. Electricity was still new and unreliable when Edison installed the lights.
    The tours are concise and interesting.

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Trenton Restaurants

  • Subs, hoagies, whatever, they taste...

    The pictures of local landmarks are pretty cool to check out. The food is always good. They are open and deliver 7 days a week. And they have daily specials monday thru friday so the menu never gets old For a sub it would be the #5 (ham and capicola) I agree w/previous writer. For hot stuff, I can't get enough of their different types of fries...

  • Awesome Food!!

    This place has a great variety of foods and nothing disappoints. Also the decor is really cool because it features photos of mostly local landmarks. Plenty of seating and they deliver. They also have daily specials that are really creative. My favorite sub is the #5 (ham and capicola w/provolone cheese.) But if I'm in the mood for something...

  • Top notch hoagies/subs, cheesesteaks,...

    Definitely casual, but oh so tasty! Hoagie Tom's Grille (Featuring FD Subs) in Ewing, NJ (outside of Trenton) serves up some of the best hoagies/subs in the entire Philadelphia metro area. To me, a good hoagie starts off with the roll and Hoagie Tom doesn't disappoint. All sandwiches are made to order and the meats and cheeses are sliced while you...


Trenton Transportation

  • Trenton - Mercer County Airport - TTN

    Delta/Comair began service to/from Trenton's airport in December 2006. There are two flights per day to Boston, and one to Atlanta.This is a VERY convenient airport to Northern Philadelphia and Central New Jersey. There are NO parking fees here, you just park and walk in.

  • Amtrak

    Trenton's Amtrak Station is conveniently located downtown. Here you can catch regular Amtrak lines, New Jersey Transit and SEPTA (philly) transit lines....

  • The River Line

    Trenton's New River Line light rail system now goes all the way to Camden, NJ!! (right across the river from Philadelphia, PA)If you are trying to save money, you can travel to Philadelphia for only $1.85, a significant savings over Amtrak.


Trenton Local Customs

  • Food

    Things you need to know when coming to Trenton:It can be a hoagie or a sub. It is not a "grinder". Any other term for the elongated sandwich will only lead to confusion.The "Triple-Bypass" - Porkroll, egg and cheese on a hard roll. This is a MUST EAT here in Trenton - most of us have had it at least once in our lives. Many of us eat it pretty...

  • Halo Farms

    Everyone in this area knows the best place to buy Milk, Juice and Bread.....Halo Farms is the smallest micro-dairy in the nation. (I'm not sure how that is defined)

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Trenton Favorites

  • State Capital Building

    Here is my required State Capitol photo..... The original state capitol building here has been completely enclosed by 'new' additions.... it's very strange.

  • Do the history bit. Start at...

    Do the history bit. Start at Washington's Crossing, PA and follow Washington's path across the Delaware, down to the Old Barracks in Trenton, climb the Battle Monument, and eventually move on to Princeton. Chances are, the world today would be a very different place if Washington and his troops hadn't crossed the Delaware on Christmas night in...

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

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